How To Destroy “Strawberry Legs” in 10 Minutes: 3 Simple Steps [WATCH]

Hi guys, In this video we talk about how to get rid of strawberry legs for good. Tackling ingrown hairs and hyper-pigmentation is never easy but I hope this solution will get you a step further in your routine. I am constantly looking for more effective ways to get rid of ingrown hairs/strawberry legs, soRead more

How to Get Rid of Dark Spots on Legs Using Chemical Peel or Tretinoin Cream

Hi everyone, in this video I talk about how to get rid of dark spots using chemical peel or tretinoin cream. As you watch, you will find that I have outlined treatment three steps, three steps that if followed, will guarantee results. Products Mentioned ►Tretinoin gel 0.1% http://bit.ly/2zVcDpB ► Over 4% hydroquinone http://bit.ly/2xnuGRj ►Kojic AcidRead more

What to do When you Can’t see a Dermatologist

In this video I discuss what you can do when you are struggling with hyperpigmentation but don’t have access to a dermatologist. Hope you find the information in this video useful.   Key Pigmentation Lightening Agents Mentioned include: Retinol Kojic Acid Alpha Arbutin Hydroquinone Here are a few products mentioned: R e t i nRead more

Lactic Acid Peel on Dark Skin/Light Skin to get Clear Skin + Acne & Oily Skincare Review

More aggressive peel = Better results = Longer recovery time

New and Improved Treatment for Dark Knuckles (Science -Based)

A word from the author: let’s face it, having dark knuckles comes with a stigma. There is a tendency for people to associate dark knuckles with skin bleaching, hence, self-hate. On the contrary, dark knuckles are caused by a host of factors including: skin redundancy, genetics, exposure to harsh chemicals, dead skin cells etc. If I’m being honest, IRead more

Must Read: Hyperpigmentation and Chemical Peel

Over the next 1 to 14 days, depending on how deeply the chemical penetrated the skin, the skin peels off. This procedure destroys parts of the skin in a controlled way so that new skin can grow in its place. The chemicals used are sometimes called exfoliating or wounding agents.